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Mexican Soccer League

Mexican Soccer League | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexico is home to one if not the best team in soccer in the world. Soccer is the most popular sport in Mexico. The United States have in common the sport of soccer with Mexico. Mexico is famously known for the best soccer teams. 

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Mexico: Day of the Dead

Mexico: Day of the Dead | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Some of the most elaborate Day of the Dead celebrations take place in Cuanajo, Mexico. The Day of the Dead holiday last 3 days. October 31st through Nov. 2nd. Each day a different person or people are remembered. Nov. 1st is the celebration of the young deaths. Nov. 2nd is celebrated for the older individuals.

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Mexico Tourism

Mexico's thirty two states are different in every way. The most visited places that Americans go to are Mexico CIty, Cancun, and Cobo San Lucas. The climate in Mexico is perfect for beach days and has hot weather. Mexico is between the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico. This place is an ideal place to go on vacation.

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Cinco de Mayo Holiday!

Cinco de Mayo Holiday! | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexicans defeated an invading French army on that date in 1862. In theUnited States, Americans celebrate Cinco De Mayo. This holiday is very special inMexicoit is when they won their independence. I found this and i wondr if it is true: "Many teachers in theU.S.still tell their classes that May fifth is Mexican Independence Day, which is dead wrong. (Independence Day inMexicois September 16th.)"

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Mexico Industries

Mexico Industries | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

The oil industry though, still remains as the largest industry in Mexico. Electronics, Automotive, Tourism and Financial services are the most popular industries in Mexico. In 2010 Mexico industrial production rate was 6% in the world. Mexico is the 58th highest in the worls in industrialism. Mexico is the 7th leader in the world in oil.

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mexican food:)

mexican food:) | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexican food is popular throughout the world for their use of vegetables, meat and spices to create delicious and food. Mexican food is often spicy and uses alot of vegetables.  A Mexican meal has all the trimmings or must haves like guacamole or salsa. Most dishes use tortillas or rice along with a meat. Fish, chicken, and steak are normally used in mexican food. 

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Seal of the Government of Mexico

Seal of the Government of Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexico has a Federal Republic.  Mexico has a Constitution and a Federal republic. Mexico is like the United States because both contries has a constitution. Mexico also has a Presidential system. Mexico and the United States have most of the goverment values that are simular in our country.

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Chloe and Devynne's curator insight, December 2, 2013 10:16 AM

This is about Mexico's goverment and  its presidential system.

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Mexico's Currency

Mexico's Currency | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

The peso can be broken into 5¢, 10¢, 20¢ and 50¢ pieces. The 5¢ and 10¢ coins are made of steel and the 20¢ and 50¢ coins are bronze. Mexico has paper money and coins. The Mexican $50 Front shows José María Morelos.The Mexican $20 Front shows Benito Juarez. In Mexico the small amounts like $1 through $10 are in coins. 

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EARTHQUAKE!

EARTHQUAKE! | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it
... Crespo, Mexico 15 km (9 miles) S of San Jacinto Ocotlan, Mexico 23 km (14 miles) SSE of Zimatlan de Alvarez, Mexico 28 km (17 miles) S of Trinidad de Zaachila, Mexico ... earthquake. Earthquake Information for Mexico ...
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Population

Population | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it
The population of Mexico represents 1.66 % of the world´s total population. Which means that one person in every 60 people on the planet is a resident of Mexico. In 1900, the Mexican population was 13.6 million. The Mexican population  has grown termendiously. The population today is around 114 million.
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Mexico Flag

Mexico Flag | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

The Mexico flag is a tricolor with three vertical bands of green, white, and red. The bands are equal in width, and in the center of the white band is the Mexican coat of arms. Mexico's coat of arms is a Mexican golden eagle perched on a cactus. The eagle on the coat of arms is devouring a snake with its beak. The official flag of Mexico was adopted on September 16, 1968.

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Mayan Riviera map: coastal map, towns, major roads, links, Mexico

Mayan Riviera map: coastal map, towns, major roads, links, Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Map of primary roads and towns on the Riviera Maya, Mexico. There are interstates and main road in Mexico just like the United States. This is a map of the most common roads in the Mayan Riviera. Which is home to some of  the most toured places in Mexico. They travel by car and ferry boat.

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Right Now in Cancun Mexico Weather

Right Now in Cancun Mexico Weather | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

The weather in Cancun is in the low 80's. The weather in Mexico is very warm and humid. Because Cancun is on the tropical waters or the Gulf of Mexico the weather is tropical and steamy. I wouldnt like to live in Cancun i couldnt deal with the humid temperture. The winds are at 5 mph gust. This is the weather for Nov. 24th.

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Famous People of Mexico

Famous People of Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Guadalupe Victoria was born on September 29, 1786. Guadalupe Victoria was the first President of Mexico he was in office from 1824 to 1829.Alfonso Garcia Robles was born on March 20, 1911. Robles was a famous Mexican diplomat and politician. Octavio Paz was born on March 31, 1914. Octavio Paz was a Mexican writer, poet and diplomat.

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Mexico timeline

Mexico timeline | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Beginning of Epic Revolution in 1910  triggered by unrest amongst urban workers, who are led by Emiliano Zapata. The United States has been involved with the Mexicans and had some troubles. In 1916 US forces cross the border in pursuit of the guerrilla leader Francisco "Pancho" Villa. The  country of Mexico has had alot of troubles getting alot with other countries. 

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CROP

CROP | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

There are lots of crops in Mexico but corn was one of the most popular ones. Corn remained the staple crop of the r native and mestizo communities. Mexico has both old times and modern times in doing crops. The modern is more focused in wheat cropping. The older generation like in the picture is old school. 

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Religions - Mexico

Religions - Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

According to the 2000 census, about 88% of the Mexican population is with the Roman Catholic religon. About 6% of the populition is Protestant. Most worship Mary in Catholic faith. There are alot of other religions in mexico but Catholic dominates. 


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BraydenJulietteGeo's curator insight, November 21, 2013 1:22 PM

Cool article talking about the different religions of Mexico. According to this article of 88 percent of mexicos occupants are Roman Catholic . Also mexicos government is giving rights to priest and other schools in the country.  because this article talks about mexicos religion , I have put it under religion

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Literacy rate in Mexico

Literacy rate in Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

The Literacy rate in Mexico has increased over the past ten years. The literacy rate is  based on people who are above the age of 15.The Hispanic literacy rate has increased at least by .2. Most of the rates have increased between .1 - .4.

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Pena Nieto

Pena Nieto | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Pena Nieto won the election with about 38 percent of the vote, about 6 percentage points ahead of his nearest rival. Neito had 18,727,398 votes in the election.

 

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Area of Mexico

Area of Mexico | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

 South of the United States on the North American continent. Mexico has an area of 1,972,550 sq km. Mexico is the 15th largest country in the world. The area code or dialing code in Mexico is 52. Mexico also has metropolitan areas.

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Capital

Capital | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico.The capital of Mexico and seat of the federal powers of the Mexican Union is held in Mexico City. It is a federal entity within Mexico which is not part of any one of the 31 Mexican states but belongs to the federation as a whole. Mexico City is one of the largest capitals in the world. The area of the capital is about 570 square miles.

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Mexico Map

Mexico Map | Mexico , Brooke James | Scoop.it

Mexico is between the United States and South America. Mexico is 3 times the size of Texas. There are 31 states in Mexico and one federal district. It is a Spanish-speaking country and the capital is Mexico City. Mexico is between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. 

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